Last week's top stories on ShippingWatch

Eurotunnel's sale of ferries to DFDS, annual reports from Maersk subsidiaries and Damco's difficulties feature among the top stories this week on ShippingWatch.

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Costly Damco and profitable Seago Line

Maersk spending millions to keep struggling Damco afloat

Seago Line lands profit of USD 166 million


Maersk's container business in major deficit

Maersk Container Industry struggles with huge losses

MCI: Premise for Chilean factory stands firm


Eurotunnel sells ferries to DFDS

The two competitors are now engaged in a ferry transaction:

DFDS to acquire Eurotunnel's ferries on the Channel

Eurotunnel hopes DFDS will secure French workers

Nordea: DFDS to make solid profit on the Channel

DFDS will take over Eurotunnel's ferries in a few weeks


Danish Ship Finance seems headed for a sale

Danish Ship Finance preparing for sale


Net wage case goes to Denmark's High Court

Principal net wage case goes to Denmark's High Court


Scandinavian maritime lawyers call for Nordic arbitration institute

Scandinavia wants Nordic maritime arbitration


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Problems among offshore carriers as experienced by Topaz:

Topaz: The oil market is a bloodbath

Rising costs of piracy:

Piracy costs more than USD 3 billion a year

Monjasa in trouble in Nigeria:

Nigeria accuses Monjasa of illegal bunker trade 

A new South Korean contender for the IMO Secretary General job:

South Korea plays dark horse in race for IMO top job 

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